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ABBA You Can Dance- Wii

ABBA You Can Dance- Wii
alaScore 87

8 reviews

Jul, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the ABBA You Can Dance- Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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ABBA You Can Dance

 

Abba: You Can Dance is little more than another entry in the Just Dance series, albeit one designed with Abba fans in mind. All you Mamma Mia obsessives now have an opportunity to ostensibly “sing” and “dance” along to Abba songs both famous and...

It’s based on Abba’s music ; You get Abba music videos to watch or ostensibly “sing along with ; Has the potential to be a fun party game

No scoring on singing ; Difficult if not impossible to sing into mic while dancing ; Dancing is only tracked by a single Wii-mote in your right hand, as opposed to full motion ala the Kinect ; The Mini-Musical was extremely cheesy and a poor, if...

Abba fans should find themselves more than a little disappointed by Abba: You Can Dance. While the band was great, the game does them no justice or favors. While it’s nice to be able to see the music videos for the songs, I would have preferred to be...

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Review: ABBA: You Can Dance for Wii

 

If you dedicate a dancing game to one band, this was the right choice. Because if you can't dance to Abba, you shouldn't be dancing.

Fun and challenging dances, great song selections and a karaoke mode

Microphone not included, no incentives beyond the music and not enough ABBA appearances

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ABBA: You Can Dance

 

With three mainline Just Dance games under its belt, Ubisoft has quickly become the king of dance games on Nintendo's motion-controlled system. Millions upon millions of gamers around the world have been jiving around their living rooms to all manner...

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third book

 

it better than bad games and teach you how to dance

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